Photography exhibit “Huddled Masses; Who We Are” opens Saturday, Sept. 7 at the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures.
Annie Leibovitz made a stop at the Tobin Center to talk about the new edition of her book, “At Work,” and photographing family and the famous.
An exhibition at the Witte Museum and accompanying book by photographer Michael Nye offer insight into blindness and perception.
The fest consists of a full day of inspiring photography keynotes and workshops geared toward professional photographers, enthusiasts, and the creative class.
The Rivard Report’s staff photographer, Bonnie Arbittier, has won third place in the Institute for Nonprofit News Impact Prizes.
When one of the duchesses stood up in preparation for her entrance, I was mesmerized by her silhouette and knew I had to capture it.
One day in the heat of July, Luis messaged me, saying he had just rescued a horse from dying of neglect in Houston. He asked if I wanted to document the process of bringing the horse back to health. I said yes immediately and was at the ranch the next day.
What was captured in photography today can represent something or someone completely different tomorrow.
In the Briscoe’s fall exhibition, Laura Wilson’s subjects range from legendary West Texas cattle ranches to impoverished border camps to Laredo cotillions.
Valtierra has seen how his images have become emblems of certain social movements and how his work – even today – has continued to transcend borders.